Not much is missing atthis new star of Baha Mar, Nassau’s massive Caribbean beach resort area. There’s plenty of Bahamian flair here, but the 229-room property is far from traditional.
A sporty look in the lobby features jute ottomans and wicker peacock chairs, and the guest rooms are polished yet beachy, with eclectic wall art and breezy balconies.
If you’re a foodie, you may want to book an extended stay and try the hotel’s more than two dozen restaurants. Katsuya serves a Bahamian take on Japanese favorites. You can also take a margarita-making class at The Swimming Pig or sample a locally sourced menu, including Caribbean lobster tail, at Tides Fish House.
Best of all, though, is the property's location, with a 3,000-foot stretch of beachfront just steps away.